Badr Khalaf, the famous fashion blogger, raises controversy again: turning into...

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A case of controversy raised by the Emirati beauty expert, Bader Khalaf, known as “Cake”, about his sexual transformation from a man to a woman, while Badr appeared during the past months in photos and videos on social media platforms with long hair.

And recently, Khalifa surprised his followers by posting a video clip on his personal account on , showing the details of his body, which had turned into a female.

In a tweet, he responded to the attack, saying: “Badr, I did not leave anything for girls, why is it jewelry?” Each unit blames itself and works on its femininity, and do not blame me if I become more female than you, Victory hand .. Femininity is an inner feeling, not genital organs .. ».

Badr Khalifa is an Emirati man, born in the UAE city of Al Ain, aged 27, and he is one of the pioneers of social media and communication sites, as he has great popularity among followers and fans.

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Khalifa was known to raise a lot of controversy because of his resemblance to women, wearing makeup, and some of the idiosyncrasies it expresses.

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